Glaucoma is typically a disease affecting middle- age to older pets. The symptoms can be very insidious in that they may not be noticeable at first, but eventually you may see a red eye or a dila ...View Article
Your pet relies on you to provide the best medical care possible to ensure a long and healthy life. We routinely start vaccinations & de-worming at the age of 6 weeks. The doctors will discuss vaccination
programs, spaying or neutering and medical procedures at your pet's
first visit. The doctor will also discuss annual vaccinations and
diagnostic blood work to keep your pet healthy.
Our clinics provide clean, temperature-controlled boarding facilities for your pet. Please, by reservation only. For their protection, all pets must be current on their vaccinations (with proof as required). All
dogs must also be vaccinated against kennel cough. We also recommend that cats be tested and vaccinated for feline leukemia. These are services we can provide for you at either of our clinics.
Diagnostic and Laboratory Services
Our clinics offer laboratory facilities on-site. This enables us to run blood health panels and complete blood counts including:
Our clinics offer a full range of surgeries. We firmly believe that pets not intended for breeding should be
spayed or neutered. Our spay/neuter surgical services include:
We electronically & physically monitor heart and blood oxygen levels during all surgical procedures. Pre-surgical bloodwork is required for the safety of your pet. It will also
provide a baseline to help project future medical care. We also offer referral services for more
complicated diagnostic or surgical treatments.
Our veterinarians are available by appointment during regular clinic hours. We are closed on Sundays and holidays. For all Pet Health Emergencies after hours, please call either of our offices for emergency contact information.
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